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Kinder Morgan seeks permit for feedgas pipeline to Plaquemines LNG project

Kinder Morgan's Tennessee Gas Pipeline wants to build a new pipeline and other infrastructure to provide feedgas to Venture Global's proposed Plaquemines LNG project,...

Coronavirus: How will it impact Louisiana oil and gas?

While Wuhan, China, may be halfway across the globe, the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus has prompted fluctuations in oil and gas prices,...

India’s Petronet plans $2.5B investment in Driftwood

An major investment in a proposed Calcasieu Parish LNG project is expected to strengthen ties between India and the United States. Petronet LNG will sign...

Lafayette firm pleads guilty in oil spill incident

An oil production company based in Lafayette Parish and its president pleaded guilty yesterday to violations stemming from an oil spill that occurred in 2016. In...

Kirby Corp. acquires Savage Inland Marine in New Orleans

Houston-headquartered Kirby Corporation has signed an agreement to acquire the inland tank barge and towboat fleet of Savage Inland Marine for approximately $278 million...

Lawsuit targeting Driftwood LNG dismissed

In a statement issued Thursday afternoon, Tellurian announced that Cheniere Energy has permanently dismissed all claims against the company that were set to go...

Vietnamese project tied to Louisiana LNG gets key approval

A proposed gas-to-power plant in Vietnam with connections to the Louisiana Magnolia LNG project is moving forward after securing an important regulatory approval, S&P...

Angelle: Shallow-water drilling on a ‘shot clock’

Despite an estimated $20 billion in oil and natural gas waiting to be drilled, shallow-water areas of the Gulf of Mexico remain in steep...

Report concludes added capacity at Magnolia LNG poses minimal risk

Federal regulators have concluded a proposal to expand Magnolia LNG's production capacity to 8.8 million metric tons per year includes "sufficient layers of protection...

Cameron LNG wants six-year extension for second phase

Cameron LNG has asked U.S. energy regulators for a 72-month extension to build the second phase of the joint venture’s Cameron liquefied natural gas...

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